In 1957, Samson Tipperty discovers his unreliable father without a head. And so then the inevitable happens: he is beamed up in to space and held captive by the Russians aboard their spacecraft called The Sputnik.
This is what Samson Tipperty believes, but most of his beliefs are false.
Can a Commodore 64 from 1985 or a robot from 2013 help him discover the truth?
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About the Author
Samuel J Addison (1981 - the ever changing present) was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, to his parents. He learned to write fiction and program computers on the Commodore 64 and the Amiga 500, before wasting a lot of time drinking, not really having a job, and pretending to be a philosopher.
He now has two children, an infinitely enduring partner, and a job / jobs developing websites. His debut novel, The Telstar, is one of his favourite books, actually. He hopes to one day visit space.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I finally asked myself why was I still trying to read this around page 300. The storyline just gets weirder as it goes and makes less sense.